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to check it off. it could get busy at the malls. sunday the redskins and ravens have home games. take public transportation if possible. marc trains start running between d.c. and baltimore this weekend. even with the forecast, some say bring on the cold. >> i want a nice long two week vacation of snow snowmageddon. >> reporter: not sure if that's on tap anytime soon but looks like the first real taste of winter precipitation is coming. back here now live along river road in bethesda. once the crews can get a handle on this rain once the rain stops, the road drys up. they will start pretreating. expect to see them out there tomorrow. reporting live in bethesda adam tuss news 4. >> thanks adam. stay with news 4 and the weather team all weekend for the coverage of the winter storm watch. jim? >>> we have learned how the world will pay tribute to nelson mandela. a schedule of formal events to honor the president. he died last night at the age of 95. this sunday will be a day of prayer and reflection. on tuesday, there's a memorial in johannesburg stadium. the antiaparthei
. >> yeah. the redskins, ravens, eagles, all have games impacted by this weather. looking quiet from boston to new york to washington. that will change. this snow-and-ice show is a one-day event and it's really just tomorrow. in washington you can see the heaviest, which is white. in roanoke to richmond, i had much -- i-81 may see the heaviest accumulation. ov overnight tomorrow night into monday may see snow. that's the biggest difference between this ice event and yesterday's, temperatures have been holding so cold. that will not be the case along the eastern sea board. by monday everybody will be in the 40s so whatever ice there is will melt. the watch starts in the morning by 11:00 or 12. snow and sleet to start. by the afternoon and evening, changing over to freezing rain and sleet. on the haul maybe one to two inches of snow, a quarter of inch of ice possible in washington. philadelphia and afternoon it begins to move in, snow and sleetly nighttime, we'll see a change over to rain as temperatures begin to come up, maybe see a snow/sleet accumulation of an inch, in new york city dry un
. asked yesterday whether washington should change its nfl team from the redskins he reportedly replied no, adding quote, what are we going to call the cleveland indians, the cleveland aboriginals next? >> good we got that out of the way. >> that was critical. >> the president yesterday gave a speech on the income disparity and a lot of people, a lot of supporters said it was one of his best in some time. >> it looked like he was making a real effort to reach out to liberals that may have been disaffected. whether he'll implement any of the policies he's talked about, raising the minimum wage, whether he's going to limit tax breaks for the rich, that, of course, is policy will be a lot harder for him to actually do. >> but he had to do that. you had a report coming out showing that income disparity had gotten much worse since 2009 and shows that this is not just a republican issue or a democratic issue, it's an ongoing crisis. >> social mobility is a concern. social mobility in america is lower than in europe. is that the way americans think of themselves they have lower social mobility th
yesterday and had a major impact on nfl action. the redskins couldn't deal with the weather in d.c. they lost to kansas city. >> there was a lot to deal with. there was more snow in baltimore, too, as the ravens scored with four seconds left to beat minnesota. the miami dolphins were way out of their element in pittsburgh, but they still managed to beat the steelers who stepped out of bounds during a trick play at the end of the game. and in philadelphia take a look at this. it was really hard to tell who was who. eagles ran through six inches of snow to beat detroit. our philadelphia station kyw is outside this morning in bryn mawr, pennsylvania. >> reporter: good morning, charlie, norah and gayle. we were only supposed to get a few inches of snow here yesterday, but we got that and more. a little bit of video here. you can see philadelphia was pounded with an early december storm. over 8 inches of snow fell in this area yesterday, and the accumulation proved to be a disaster for drivers. many found themselves stuck in the inclement weather. motorists in nearb
, the bureau of redskin clamation conduit hydropower development equity and jobs act. in congress, one of our top priorities is to secure american energy independence. and as we all so in this institution, we don't always agree on how best to meet that goal. however, hydropower is a clean, renewable source of energy and finding innovative ways to develop this resource is an area where most of us can agree. i'm grateful that chairman mcclintock and ranking member grijalva support this bill and we are pleased to see the bipartisan spirit behind this piece of legislation. bureau of reclamation projects such as canals, pipelines, and dams play an important role in supplying water to our communities. agriculture is the primary economic driver in my home state of montana, and having a sound and strong irrigation system is critically important to us back home. h.r. 1963 will amend the water conservation and utilization act to allow for conduit hydropower development on 11 bureau of reclamation projects under this act. that includes some in my home state of montana, including the buffalo rapids near
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